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East Tennessee State University

About the Conference

ISBS 2014 AT A GLANCE

The 32nd Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports will be held in Johnson City, TN, USA in July 2014.

Scientific/Applied Program

General topics of the conference are to cover sports biomechanics in competitive and recreational levels. The primary topics are the following:

Popular Topics:

  • Biomechanics of locomotion
  • Biomechanics of jumping/landing
  • Training methods
  • Biomechanical modeling/simulation
  • Strength & conditioning
  • Sports product development
  • Teaching/coaching biomehcanics
  • Sensor technology

Clincial Topics:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Muscle & tissue mechanics
  • Injury prevention
  • Sports medicine

Olympic Sports Topics:

  • Combat sports
  • Acrobatic sports
  • Individual/team sports
  • Strength/power sports
  • Winter sports
  • Paralympic & Special population
  • Water Sports

ABOUT ISBS

The International Society of Biomechanics in Sports is composed of members from all over the world with a common desire to study and understand human movement, especially as it relates to applied sports biomechanics.The primary purposes of the ISBS are; a) to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between sports biomechanics researchers, coaches, and teachers, b) to bridge gap between researchers and practitioners, and c) to gather and disseminate information and materials on biomechanics in sports.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Dr. Kimitake (Kimi) Sato, Chair of the organizing committee, and is member of ISBS since 2005. He is currently assistant professor and undergraduate coordinator in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE, and oversees ETSU men's golf and baseball.

Kimi

Dr. Bill Sands, Chair of scientific committee, professor of the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He is a coordinator of MS/MA program. He was previously a board member of ISBS. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees several ETSU athletics teams. Prior to joining ETSU, he was the head of recovery center for USOC in Colorado Springs.

Bill

Dr. Satoshi Mizuguchi, Co-chair of scientific committee, assistant professor of the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees ETSU Men's and women's soccer.

Satoshi

Mrs. Meg Stone, Two-time Olympian competing in the discus for Great Britain, and she was a gold medal winner in the 1982 Commonwealth game. She is a director of CESSCE, and ETSU designated Olympic training center. Before moving to ETSU, Meg was a Coaching Manager for USOC in Colorado Springs.

Meg

Dr. Mike Stone, Professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He is a director of Sport Science Laboratory, and a coordinator of PhD program. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees Stoneage Weightlifting team, as well as several ETSU athletic teams. Prior to joining ETSU, he was the head of sport physiology for USOC in Colorado Springs.

Mike

Dr. Mike Ramsey, Associate professor and department chair for Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees several ETSU athletics as well as ROTC program.

Mike R

Dr. Brad DeWeese, Assistant professor of the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees ETSU Strength & Conditioning program.

Brad DeWeese

Mr. Brian Johnston, assistant athletic director of sports medicine for ETSU athletics. He is an adjunct faculty for the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at ETSU. He also holds adjunct appointment for CESSCE and oversees all ETSU athletic teams.

Brian

Mrs. Liz Casey, executive aid for CESSCE and coordinator for ETSU coaches' college and medical symposium. Liz earned her Master of Arts degree in Sports Management from ETSU in 2008 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Northern Michigan University in 2005.

Liz

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Dr. Bill Sands (Chair)
  • Dr. Satoshi Mizuguchi (Co-Chair)

VENUE

The symposium will be held at the Millennium Centre (http://www.millctr.com/), Johnson City Tennessee. It is located across from East Tennessee State University campus. The venue is a complete conference-ready facility, and has numerous meeting rooms. For the ISBS conference, the facility can seat up to 100 in Room 1, and up to 150 in Room 2 for oral presentations (downstairs), and large ballrooms for keynote lectures (hold up to 400), poster presentations, and meals/coffee break. Breakfast and lunch will be provided and served at the Millennium Centre. Each oral presentation room and keynote lecture hall has full features on audio-visual equipment;MicrophoneOverhead projectorA PC computer with Microsoft Powerpoint software

The venue also has wireless high speed internet access anywhere within the facility. For exhibitors, there are two large alcoves (upstairs & downstairs) with enough space to set up their biomechanics measuring devices and products. The hallway is just outside of the coffee-break and poster presentation areas to have heavy flow of registrants throughout the conference. The exhibition area on hallway is also equipped with electrical outlets and wireless internet access. The Millennium Centre is connected by sky-bridge to the Carnegie hotel and the ETSU campus dormitory is minutes away.

                                        millenium conference      millenium building

ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY

ETSU was established in 1911 and recently celebrated its 100th year anniversary. ETSU is located in Johnson City, which is in the northeast part of Tennessee, known for outdoor activities such as hiking and biking in the summer time.  ETSU's Exercise and Sport Science Department is rapidly growing as an undergraduate program, and our newly established Ph.D. program (started fall of 2010) now has 16 students. We are pleased to announce that our program will host a designated Olympic training site for USA weightlifting, with hope that other USA teams will join us in the near future.

                                      mini dome       bell tower

KEY DATES

  • December 1, 2013: Paper  Submission/Registration Opens
  • February 14, 2014: Paper Submission Deadline
  • March 7-12, 2014: Comments Returned to Authors
  • March 24, 2014: Final Edits Due for Papers
  • April 7, 2014: Final Decisions for Papers
  • April 14, 2014: Presentation format decision (Oral/poster) to Authors
  • May 1, 2014: Early Registration Deadline
  • June 1, 2014: Regular Registration Deadline
  • July 12, 2014: ISBS 2014 Conference Commences
  • July 16, 2014: ISBS 2014 Conference Concludes    

SPONSOR/EXHIBITOR INFORMATION

 Click HERE to access the 2014 ISBS Conference Sponsorship Letter

Click HERE to access the 2014 ISBS Conference Sponsorship Package

CONTACT US

2014ISBSinfo@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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